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TechNewsWorld |
“NIST and the NSA have always had a close relationship, but this was not supposed to extend into subverting cryptographic standards," says Daniel Castro
E&E News |
The "maker movement" could greatly improve understanding of and interest in manufacturing as a profession.
CSO Magazine |
Daniel Castro discusses the recent news that Netfilx makes content choices based in part on what’s popular on pirate sites.
The Morning Sun |
Unless Americans work together for what is best for all our citizens, the economy will continue to falter, and other nations will take advantage of our disarray.
E&E News |
A manufacturing "ecosystem" with significant participation from small and medium-sized enterprises must be a key component of the innovation economy.
Federal Computer Week |
Daniel Castro argues recent moves by Chinese officials to examine U.S. tech firms were more in response to revelations about NSA spying than about laws governing U.S. acquisitions.
International Business Times |
U.S. cloud computing providers stand to lose big in the wake of PRISM.
National Business Review |
New Zealand’s efforts to monitor electronic communications could have an economic backlash.
ECCUtah |
Matthew Stepp toured Salt Lake City’s Energy Commercialization Center and discussed energy innovation policy with local entrepreneurs, activists and policy makers.
CIO Magazine |
Life in the cloud hasn't been the same since Edward Snowden began leaking secrets about government snooping on the Internet.
Business Insider |
If foreign governments enact protectionist trade barriers that effectively cut out US providers America could lose its cloud computing leadership.
Europe is looking to cut into the dominance of American companies in supplying cloud computing services.
ZDNet |
Revelations of the U.S. government's spying programs could have a massive impact on the U.S. cloud industry.
Chicago Business Journal |
Foreign competitors think they can grow market share in cloud computing because of concerns raised by the National Security Agency's PRISM program.
TechNewsWorld |
"I see this as similar to the FBI doing a stakeout and recording criminals they see walking by," says Daniel Castro.